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John W. Campbell

John Wood Campbell Jr.

Born: June 8, 1910 Where: Newark, New Jersey Died: July 11, 1971 Where: Mountainside, New Jersey

Arcot-Morey-Wade series

  • "The Black Star Passes" by John W. Campbell. First published as "Piracy Preferred" Amazing Stories, June 1930, "Solarite" Amazing Stories, November 1930, "The Black Star Passes" Amazing Stories Quarterly, Fall 1930, reprinted as an Ace single F-346 1965 copyright 1953 by John W. Campbell, Jr copyright 1930 by Experimenter Publications, Inc. PG cleared 18068.
  • "Islands of Space" by John W. Campbell. First published in Amazing Stories Quarterly, Spring 1931 republished in Ace single M-143 cover by KcKeon 1965 copyright 1956 by John W. Campbell, Jr copyright 1930 by Experimenter Publications, Inc. PG cleared 18069.
  • "Invaders from the Infinite" by John W. Campbell. First published in Amazing Stories Quarterly, Fall-Winter 1932 republished in Ace single M-154 cover by Gray Morrow 1966 and Ace single 00111. At PG.

Aarn Munro series

  • The Mightiest Machine (1947) First published in Astounding 1934.
  • The Incredible Planet (1949)

Novels

  • The Ultimate Weapon (1936) First published in October, November 1936 Amazing Stories under the title "Uncertainty" At PG.
  • Who Goes There? (1938)
  • The Elder Gods (1951)
  • The Moon Is Hell (1951)
  • Cloak of Aesir (1952)

Short stories

  • Atomic Power (1934) (writing as Don A Stuart)
  • Twilight (1934) (writing as Don A Stuart)
  • Night (1935)
  • Other Eyes Watching (1937)
  • Who Goes There? (1938) (writing as Don A Stuart)
  • The Cloak of Aesir (1939) (writing as Don A Stuart)
  • "What Do You Mean...Human?" (1959)
  • Forgetfulness
  • Out of Night
  • "The Last Evolution" Amazing August 1932 reprinted in Amazing March 1961. At PG.

"The Planeteers" Ace 1966. consists of:

  • "The Brain Stealers of Mars" December 1936 Thrilling Wonder Stories.
  • "The Double Minds" August 1937 Thrilling Wonder Stories.
  • "The Immortality Seekers" October 1937 Thrilling Wonder Stories.
  • "The Tenth World" December 1937 Thrilling Wonder Stories.
  • "The Brain Pirates" October 1938 Thrilling Wonder Stories.